Sorry, no results were found for
DMC: Dante Through The Years
Dante knows the way to keep the ladies (and demon-ladies) chasin' after him is by constantly changing his looks
by Gelo Gonzales | Jan 17, 2013
Most Popular

The party's gettin’ crazier with Capcom’s latest, DmC: Devil May Cry, which is a reboot of the hyperactive demon-hunting Dante-led series. Helmed by England-based devs Ninja Theory, fans of the franchise will immediately notice the game's Westernized flavor,  though the intense, no-rest-for-the-wicked slash-and-shoot-em-up gameplay remains intact.

As for style and aesthetic changes, saying Dante’s redesign divided fans is putting it very kindly–the amount of hate it generated was enough to make a devil blush. We won’t pass judgment on the contemporary reimagining of Dante; instead let’s take a look at how his steeze has evolved throughout the series. (Chronologically, it’s a mess, the proper order of the games is—and take a deep breath—DMC3, DMC, DMC4 then DMC2, but we’ll do them in order of release here)

1) Devil May Cry (PS2, 2001)
DMC was initially developed as Resident Evil 4, hence Dante’s facial resemblance to Leon Kennedy i.e. pogi siya. He wears his white hair long, and has the stylishly parted bangs going on. Leather and buckles around his chest anchor his standout red coat. Overall, Dante is about being flash and cocky.

Winning accessory: His twin pistols, Ebony & Ivory

Dante’s heavily customized gats are the only weapons to have appeared in every installment of the series, the amount of customization in this pair probably makes them irreplaceable. Ebony dishes out long-range pain, while Ivory lays down a smothering curtain of lead.

View other articles about:
Most Popular
Latest Stories
Most Popular
© 2017 FHM Philippines . All Rights Reserved